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Vol. I., price 2s., cloth lettered, INTRODUCTORY DISSERTATION ON THE SCIENCE OF METHOD. By Samuel Taylor Coleridge. With a Synopsis. Sixth Edition.
Vol. II., price 5s., cloth lettered. UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR, or the Pure Science of Language. By Sir John Stoddart, Knt., LL.D. Third Edition, Revised.
" The soundest and most philosophical treatise of the kind in the English language."—N. Brit. Review.
Vol. III., price 3s., cloth lettered, LOGIC. By the Most Reverend Richard Whately, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin. The Original Edition, with Synopsis and Index by the Editor.
Vol. IV., price 3s. 6d., cloth lettered, RHETORIC. By the Most Rev. Richard Whately, D.D., Archbishop of Dublin. The Original Edition, with Synopsis and Index by the Editor.
Vol. V., price 6s., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH in the First Century. By the Right Reverend Samuel Hinds, D.D., Bishop of Norwich, and the Rev. J. H. Newman, D.D. Third Edition." Erudite research is here combined with independent thought."—Scottish Guardian.
Vol. VI., price 4s., cloth lettered, POLITICAL ECONOMY. By Nassau William Senior, Esq., late Professor of Political Economy in the University of Oxford. Third Edition.
Vol. VII., price 2s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE JEWS, from the Time of Alexander the Great to the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, a.m. 3595, b.c. 409, to a.d. 70. By the Yen. Archdeacon Hale, A.M., Master of the Charter House. Fourth Edition.
Vol. VIII., price 6s., cloth lettered, SACRED HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY, from the Antediluvian Period to the Time of the Prophet Malachi. a.m. 1 to a m. 3607, b.c. 397. Edited by the Rev. F. A. Cox, D.D., LL.D.
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Vol. IX., price 7s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF GREEK LITERATURE. By the Hon. Sir T. N. Talfourd, D.C.L.; the Right Rev. C. J. Blomfield, D.D., Bishop of London; R. Whit-combe, Esq., M.A., Trin. Coll. Camb.; E. Pococke. Esq.; the Rev. J. B. Ottley, M.A.; and the Rev. H. Thompson, M.A., St. John's Coll. Camb.
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Vol. X., price 5s., cloth lettered, MORAL AND METAPHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY—ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY. By the Rev. F. D. Maurice, A.M. Third Edition. Re-written.
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Vol. XL, price 5s., cloth lettered, INTRODUCTION TO UNIVERSAL HISTORY—On the Uses of History as a Study, and On the Separation of the Early Facts of History from Fable. By Sir John Stoddart, LL.D. Re-written.
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Vol. XII., price 8s. 6d., cloth lettered, ROMAN ANTIQUITIES. By William Ramsay, M.A., Professor of Humanity in the University of Glasgow. Third Edition. With Map, and One hundred and thirty Illustrations.
" Comprises all the results of modern improved scholarship within a moderate compass."—Atltenceitm.
Vol. XIII., price 12s. 6d., cloth lettered, BOTANY. By John Hutton Balfour, M.D., F.R.S.E., Professor of Botany in the University of Edinburgh. Second Edition. Numerous Engravings.
" Perhaps the most masterly digest of the science which has yet appeared."— Witness.
Cabinet Edition of the Encyclopædia Metropolitana—Continued.
Vol. XIV., price 3s. 6d., cloth lettered, ELECTRO-METALLURGY : Containing an Account of the most improved Methods of depositing Copper, Silver, Gold, and other metals. Second Edition, with numerous illustrations. By James Napier, F.C.S.
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Vol. XV., price 9s., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF GREECE from the Earliest Times to the Close of the Peloponnesian War. By E. Pococke, Esq.; Sir T. N. Talfourd, D.C.L.; Rev. J. B. Ottley, A.M.; and the late J. T. Rutt, Esq. With upwards of One Hundred Engravings, from the most authentic sources.
" Altogether a gem."—Glasgow Citizen.
Vol. XVI, price 6s., cloth lettered, PHOTOGRAPHY. By Robert Hunt, Esq., Professor of Physical Science in the Museum of Practical Geology, London. Fourth Edition. Engravings.
" Must prove of infinite service to those engaged in the pursuit of this entertaining science."—Art-Journal.
Vol. XVII., price 3s., cloth lettered, VETERINARY ART: A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Horse. By W. C. Spooner, Esq., with Fifty Engravings.
Vol. XVIII., price 8s., cloth lettered, EARLY ORIENTAL HISTORY, comprising the History of the Egyptians, Assyrians, Phœnicians, Persians, etc. By Rev. Professor Eadie, D.D., LL.D. With numerous illustrations.
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Vol. XIX., price 8s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC. By the Rev. Thos. Arnold, D.D., late Head-Master, Rugby School; Sir Thos. N. Talfourd, D.C.L.; the Rev. Professor Jeremie, and others. With numerous illustrations.
Vol. XX., price 7s. 6d., cloth lettered, BIBLICAL ANTIQUITIES AND GEOGRAPHY, including the Language, Geography, and Early History of Palestine. Edited by the Rev. F. A. Cox, D.D., LL.D. With Maps and numerous illustrations.
" The most readable book on the subject in our language."—Baptist Magazine.
Vol. XXL, price 12s. 6d., cloth lettered, METALLURGY. A Practical Treatise on the Chemistry of the Metals. By John Arthur Phillips, Esq., F.C.S. Second Edition. 200 Engravings.
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Vol. XXII., price 4s., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH in the Second and Third Centuries. By Jas. Amiraux Jeremie, D D., Regius Professor of Divinity, Cambridge.
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Vol. XXIII., price 8s., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF GREECE AND MACEDONIA, from the Age of Xenophon to the Absorption of Greece in the Roman Empire, including the History of Alexander the Great and his Successors. By Dr. Lyall, Dean of Canterbury; Rev. G. C. Renouard, B.D. ; etc., etc. With numerous illustrations.
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Vol. XXIV., price 10s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF ROMAN LITERATURE. By Rev. Thos. Arnold, D.D., late Head-Master, Rugby School; Rev Henry Thomson, MA.; Rev. Dr. Newman ; Rev. J. B. Ottley, M.A.; and Rev. J. M. Neale, Warden of Sackville College.
Vol. XXV, price 10s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. By the Rev. Thos. Arnold, D.D., late Head-Master, Rugby School. With numerous illustrations.
Vol. XXVI., price 12s. 6d., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ROMAN POWER. By the Right Rev. Bishop Russel, etc. With numerous illustrations.
Vol. XXVII, price 6s., cloth lettered, HISTORY OF GREEK AND ROMAN PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE. By the Right Rev. Charles Blomfield, D.D., Bishop of London; Rev. Dr. Whewell ; and other Contributors.
Vol. XXVIIL, price 3s. 6d., cloth lettered, MORAL AND METAPHYSICAL PHILOSOPHY—THE FIRST SIX CENTURIES. By the Rev. F. D. Maurice, A.M.